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    SDHS Set to Get Roads Paved

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    On Thursday, January 25th and Friday, January 26th, Soddy Daisy student drivers left at 2:05 due to pavement issues in the student pickup area. After the week full of snow and rain, some of the pavement around Soddy daisy High School has eroded or sunk. These pavement issues caused student pickup to go around the back of the school, which led to student drivers leaving early. Hamilton County came to fix the hole in the horseshoe of student pickup.

    The Commission approved $3 million dollars in repairs for Hamilton County Schools.

    Soddy Daisy High has many rough patches of pavement around the entirety of the school that could potentially become worse with weather. Moving forward, Soddy Daisy High School’s roads will be getting repaved towards the spring of 2024. 

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    Junior Grace Nunley is a first-year member of the Trojan Tribune. In School Nunley is part of the Varsity Volleyball Team. Also, she loves English class and anything related to reading or writing. Outside of school she plays travel volleyball and works at Chick-fil-A. In her free time she spends time with her family and friends. She enjoys shopping and going on walks, along with photography for fun.
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